Sequans, the world’s leading LTE for IoT chip company and maker of the world’s first and most highly optimized LTE-M and NB-IoT chip, Monarch, will be in Barcelona for Mobile World Congress 2017 in hall 7, stand number 7-I81.
No Other Chip Company has Done More to Advance LTE for IoT Than Sequans
Monarch made its debut at last year’s MWC and over the last year has gone from introduction, to adoption by leading module makers and IoT device makers, to operator certification, to commercial deployment on the world’s first LTE-M network—an amazing accomplishment. This year we are introducing a new Monarch-based system-on-chip, Monarch SX, a highly integrated, single chip solution for IoT devices. See the announcement here.
On Monday, February 27 at 12:30 to 2:00 PM, Craig Miller, VP of worldwide marketing will join speakers from AT&T, Orange, and SigFox on a panel discussing one of today’s hottest topics: The New IoT Battleground—Low Power Wide Area Networks. The event is produced by FierceWireless and it takes place at the nearby Fira Congress Hotel.
New Sequans-powered LTE for IoT Devices
On display in our booth will be many new Monarch-based IoT devices recently introduced by our customers, NimbeLink, Link Labs, and Encore Networks; and new LTE-M modules introduced by module partners Gemalto, Fibocom and SIMCom. There is an impressive ecosystem growing up around Monarch.
We will also be displaying new connected car devices from Autonet and Geotab, based on our LTE Cat 1 technology, Calliope; and new LTE-Advanced CPE and other broadband devices based on our Cassiopeia LTE-A Cat 6 product.
On Site Demos Powered by Sequans
Sequans’ Monarch technology will be onstage live in demos conducted by us in our own booth and also in collaboration with key partners, Ericsson, STMicroelectronics, and AIR-LYNX in their booths.
Ericsson will demo a Monarch-based Gemalto LTE-M module communicating with an Ericsson eNodeB in a fleet management industrial IoT example showing how a trucking company would use LTE-M technology to monitor its trucks on the road and manage its fleet operations. See the demo in Ericsson’s stand in hall 2, booth 2O60.
STMicroelectronics will demonstrate an IoT design kit based on Sequans’ Monarch LTE platform and ST’s STM32 microcontroller platform; see it in hall 7, booth 7A61.
AIR-LYNX, an eNodeB company, will demonstrate over the air transmission from their eNodeB to a Sequans-powered LTE-M prototype user device; hall 5, booth 5C62.
In our booth, we will demonstrate an industrial IoT use case, featuring a Sequans’ Monarch-powered NimbeLink Skywire Cat M1 modem communicating temperature and humidity sensor data to a dashboard display; hall 7, booth 7-I81.
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See you in Barcelona!